A Vulture Wake have shared their new song, ‘Dead Languages’. It is taken from their upcoming new album, ‘The Appropriate Level of Outrage’, which will be released on the 31st January via Bird Attack Records. As well as this, the band will also apparently be releasing a new EP in the spring. They feature members of The Real McKenzies, Good Riddance, ALL, Lagwagon and Drag the River. VIDEO
LA punks The Last Gang have announced the release of their upcoming debut album, ‘Keep Them Counting’. It will be released on the 2nd March via Fat Wreck Chords. You can check out the first single, ‘Sing for Your Supper’ below; this was originally released on 7″ vinyl last year. Keep Them Counting by The Last Gang
Suicidal Tendencies have released their new song, ‘Nothing to Lose’. It is the opening track from their upcoming new EP, ‘Get Your Fight On!’, which will be released on the 9th March and can be pre-ordered here. This will be the first of two records the band will be releasing this year. They will also be appearing at Bloodstock Festival at Catton Park in Derbyshire on the 10th August.
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